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HO Scale Snow Plows

HO Scale Snow Plows

Here's the result of working up the 95071 kit instructions. More information coming and instruction photos on this web site

Maine Lobster Boat Discussion

Maine Lobster Boat Discussion

New 4x4 Oshkosh Now Available

New 4x4 Oshkosh Now Available

Lowbed Product Review, Custom Finishing

Lowbed Product Review, Custom Finishing

Lowbed Product Review, GHQ

Lowbed Product Review, GHQ

HO Truck Models by Dan Raymond

HO Truck Models by Dan Raymond

New 1950s Autocar truck Kits

In 1950 Autocar introduced their new cab they called the "Driver Cab". It was 72" wide with a slightly curved two piece "wide vision" windshield, adjustable steering wheel and three point spring mounting. Also advertised were the extra room in the cab to eliminate the "cramping of the left arm and leg", the ability to push on the windshield with about 40 pounds of pressure so it would pop out in an emergency, ventilation in the cowl panel, the entire cab insulated against noise and heat, modern grouping of gauges and switches, and easy access to wiring.

Snow Plows

Snow Plows

Putting the New Autocars to Work

Putting the New Autocars to Work

1. Just completed is this new Super Clam Steamer to answer the demand for Maine Steamers at the seafood festivals this summer. It fits nicely on the 50 ton trailer with 15" tires. Its being pulled by an Autocar DC9764 heavy tractor with step tanks, toolbox, and sanders. 178" wheelbase.

2. A short cab DCU Autocar pulling an oil field flat (Sheepscot #95051) with an American Hoist four drum hoist. This tractor has a 154" wheelbase and saddle tanks. The load is a preliminary model of a series that will be produced later this year.

Here's the Four New 1950s Autocars

Here's the Four New 1950s Autocars

from left to right: short BBC DCU, axle set forward Western rig, axle set back Eastern rig, late 50s outside radiator with pit fenders

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